The Glen Club
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... to us by a waitress that it meant the politicians who days before were fully wind. After a walk around and admiring the view we went for lunch at Bubbas which is a place relating to the film Forest Gump. There is a shop also selling memorabilia and I was very tempted but resisted. However we had a meal and it was lovely. We had coconut shrimps. Geoff's was with crab. I also had a side salad and a lovely ...
... and set up their instruments for the daily live music sessions performed here every weekend. We were treated to some lively Latin Jazz for a while, before we set of on our journey to find the Blues whilst it was not raining. Another bus journey and we arrived at Grant Park where there were four stages running each with a different band playing. We went for John Nemeth and his band (from Memphis) as I had come to know of him from Paul Jones' ...
... prepared beef, onion and cilantro tacos. With appetites sated, we walked into the city and found our way to Macy's and their popular Christmas window display before taking a break at Intelligentsia, a boutique coffee shop that is part café and part chemist - with coffee produced with the precision of a pharmacist. Coffee serves are weighed, then ground immediately before hot water is either forced through ...
A busy day planned. I got up at 7.30am, showered, dressed and then went down to breakfast. Just like everywhere else, the breakfast was nothing special. I ate and returned to the room,
then i got ready for the dat, used the WiFi and then headed down to the coach.
We were driven down to navy pier, looking from the pier into the city was lots of low cloud, just like last night, it had also rained this morning. At navy pier ...
... to a timeline, my route, mealtimes, possessions (many of which I left at various points in my journey), etc.
Unplug. As I prepared for the trip, I was so concerned about bringing an ipod for music and books on tape, etc (I was going to be walking so many hours a day on my own - what would I do!?). On about the 5th day I realized I had not listened to anything, and decided to play some music. After a few minutes, ...